Two teams with contrasting form will take each other on in the first ODI of a three-match series in Dharamsala.
After crumbling in the T20Is, South Africa will look to give a better account of themselves in the ODIs.
It’s the deciding T20I, and both teams have shown their abilities to claim this series.
Already 1-0 up in the series, South Africa cannot lose the series now. The teams will now meet for the decider at Johannesburg, on the 9th.
Sri Lanka finished Day 3 at Harare 53 behind in first innings; Dhawan will miss the T20Is and ODIs in New Zealand, while Ishant may miss the Tests; de Kock has been appointed South Africa's ODI captain; and India and Bangladesh won at the Under-19 World Cup.
South Africa began their new era with a bang, but England will hope to poop the party in Cape Town.
South Africa level series 1-1, Guyana win six in a row, and former India Test cricketer Madhav Apte passes away.
India have never won a T20I series against South Africa at home. At the same time, Virat Kohli and Rohit Sharma are going neck and neck in the race for the leading run-scorer in T20I history, Kohli having a 7-run lead.
South Africa’s win-loss ratio against India (0.625) is their worst against any side. However, they have won both their matches on Indian soil against India.
The opportunity for an unassailable 1-0 lead presents itself to the two teams ahead of the second T20I in South Africa.